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Vol. VIII. No. 1).
"And this is the record, that God
hath given to us eternal life; and
this life is in his Son." I. John
v:ii.
5 v 5
Forbear, strong heart, forbear;
Let not the arrow dart
Which wounds the trusting
heart;
Forbear, strong heart, forbear.
Forgive, dear heart, forgive;
Let not the tide of strife
Mar thy sweet inner life;
Forgive, dear heart, forgive.
Face upward to the stars ;
Let Love heal all thy scars ;
Face upward to the stars;
Forget, true heart, forget.
Lilliam Bradford Dickson.
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One turns gladly to the vision
of the Christ. Of the infinite love
that lived for men. The infinite
sympathy that throbs like a living
heart for us. That is daily wounded
for our transgressions. That
counts our sighs and measures
our tears. The face which no artist
has ever limned; no sculptor
ever graven. The face of the God-Man.
The God who loved us, who
suffered for us, and at last who
died for us, and who now lives for
us; the Christ who when He ascended
from earth to sit upon His
throne of glory let fall from the
bright clouds that caught him up
sweet and clear as a fallen star.
His promise of everlasting comfort
and help, "Lo, I am with you
always." The God whose heaven
of glory would be lonesome without
His children of earth.
That is a God of humanity. Enthroned
in heaven, and dwelling
on earth to the end of time. And
with the dawn of eternity
from heaven to tabernacle with
men, that forever they may be
His people, and He their God.
Robert J. Burdette.
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"With faith in the unseen realities
and perfect trust in God."
From Dr. White's Sermon.
HONOLULU, AUGUST, 1910.
(Sunday, July 3.)
Alexander Young, greatly beloved
and honored by the community,
was buried today from
Central Union Church.
Mr. Young leaves a widow and
nine children.
In 1900 he began to build the
splendid Alexander Young Hotel
building, finished in three years.
He later purchased the Moana
and also the Royal Hawaiian. His
faith in Hawaii was boundless as
seen by his works.
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"The best thought of our country
is pledged to sobriety and uncompromising
hostility to saloon
control."
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Mr. Mclnerny brought to the
attention of the committee the
fact that many hundred pounds of
Hawaiian coffee were sold on the
mainland in excess of the total
crop raised here. This was done
by mixing Hawaiian coffee with
other inferior grades and selling
it as the real article.
He suggested that a company
be organized to put the real article
on the market in small packages
and that some method of advertising
be adopted so that the
coffee could be sold from Honolulu
only.
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"The trees of the Lord are full
of sap." The Book of Psalms.
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SUMMER-TIME SERMON.
Every child of God ought to try
to be "full of sap." Every man,
woman and child, every one of us,
made in the image of God should
strive day by day to fulfill our
mission "to do our duty in that
state of life to which God has
called us." We are not to cavil
and question, or murmur and say
perchance:' "If I had been put
here or there, in Mr. A's good
shop and home, or bank or plantation.
A woman is not to look
about and think, "Oh well, it's
all very fine for these rich, these
carriage (auto) people; why, I
(Price 3.00 per annum
Single copies 25 cents
might have No, no, she or he
is to take up the burden of life
(for life is short) whatever and
wherever placed and think only:
How can I make the very, very
best of all this? How can I
quietly untangle and unite these
knots of my environment, mj
small means, my few talents?
How can I increase, beautify,
help, how can I keep well, cheerful,
content, peaceful? What am
I in this world for? My Creator
has put me here, called me to this
station in life; He must have a
plan, even for me, if "not a sparrow
falls to the ground without
His notice." While I hammer
and hoe, while I reap and sov;
while I sail my ship (and paddle
my own canoe) or sell my goods,
or make a bonnet or sweep a floor,
heal the sick, plead for the prisoner,
pray for the dying, I can be
a co-worker with Jesus my Saviour
and my God; (and we will).
"The trees of the Lord are full
of sap."
Anne M. Prescott.
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There is as good tea (cream) as
coffee at the Young Cafe and pie.
Don't you like pie? Why in New
England there's pie for breakfast
hot mince pie in winter time.
The mince is made of beef, perhaps
heart, chopped very fine,
after cooking very tender, and apple,
citron, raisins, currants, mace,
allspice, cider, sugar ; and all simmered
slowly and then packed in
stone jars for use. It is really
much like a rich pudding, only in
pie form and is hearty to a hungry
man and good eaten in moderation.
But, indeed, all kinds of
pics are used at the first meal in
cold season apple, cranberry,
squash are great favorites.
Custards are used for supper
more.
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"I believe in high license and
local option, but not in prohibition.
Under the present law the
voters may do away with saloons
in any district they wish." C. C.
von Hamm.

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